Category: Current Sermons

Celebrating Harvest 27th September 2020

Celebrating Harvest 27th September 2020

Theme: Jesus is the Bread of Life

Welcome

Welcome to a rather unusual Harvest service. As you know, at least for the moment, we are still unable to meet together in church but we are really pleased that lots of you were able to contribute to this online service. In this service we will celebrating both the wonder of God’s creation and that Jesus really is the bread of life. The bread of God sent down from heaven to give life to this world. Jesus said, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.” In response, just as the disciples did, we say, “Lord Jesus, give us this bread.”

Worship time – Meekness and Majesty

A Harvest Celebration – Aldwick Style

Worship time – Amazing Grace

Sermon – ~Based on Exodus 25:30, John 6:32-35, 51- 58 – with prayer included.

Worship time – King of Kings, Majesty

Blessing to close

‘Yes, I am coming soon. Amen. Come, Lord Jesus. The grace of the Lord Jesus be with God’s people.’ Amen.’ Revelation 22v20b-21

Midweek worship 23rd September 2020

Midweek worship 23rd September 2020

Series: 1 John – That you may know

Title: Children of God

Welcome

Thank you for joining us for what is an unusual way of “doing” church. We trust that the online service offered here will truly bless you, and that after this virus has passed, you will be able to join us as we resume our normal services and activities. In spite of what is going on at the moment, this is a time for personal growth and getting closer to God, and so our prayer is that you and your family will know Him and His great peace, in all things. This week Clive Bennett, who is one of our members, is continuing with our series on 1 John with an inspiring passage that will lift your  spirit in the midst of the continued difficulties with social distancing  as we recognise that as Children of God we are always part of his family and are never separated from his grace and love. 

Worship time – How deep the Father’s love for us

Bible reading: 1 John 2:28-3:10

Sermon – Children of God – Clive Bennett

Worship time – Lead us heavenly Father lead us

Worship time – No longer a slave

Blessing to close

“It is God who works in you to will and to act in order to fulfil his good purpose.Do everything without grumbling or arguing, so that you may become blameless and pure, “children of God without fault in a warped and crooked generation. ”Then you will shine among them like stars in the sky as you hold firmly to the word of life.” (Philippians 2:13-16). Amen

Sunday worship 13th September 2020

Sunday worship 13th September 2020

Theme: Knowing you, knowing me!

Welcome

Welcome to our weekend service where I will be tackling a challenging passage that involves the end times as revealed by Matthew in chapters 24 and 25 of his Gospel.. Although we didn’t plan this together, my talk today follows closely on from Derek’s talk in midweek where he asked, “How can you be sure of your salvation?” Perhaps God is trying to tell us something very specific at this difficult time. I also feel that God has given me a prophetic word directly related to the passage which I will be sharing with you. Although we still can’t worship together in person, I feel that God is talking very clearly to His church in these times about what is to come. We need to be prepared. Simon

Worship time – Blessed be your name

Worship time – 10000 reasons (Bless the Lord

Reading – Matthew 25:1-13

Sermon – Knowing you, knowing me (with prayer included).

Worship time – How deep the Father’s love for us

Prophetic word

Worship time – Crown Him with many crowns

Blessing to close

‘For from him and through him and to him are all things. To him be the glory for ever. Amen.’

Romans 11v36